Small Business Loans

Since its inception, Jewish Free Loan Association’s Small Business Loan Programs have distributed over $4.5 million in interest-free loans to entrepreneurs throughout Greater Los Angeles. The entrepreneurs and their businesses represent a wide range of LA culture, including a flower shop, an organic drink business, a children’s sports camp, a test prep franchise, and many more. Jewish Free Loan Association’s Small Business Loan Programs include:

  • Abecassis Small Business Loan Program
  • Max & Anna Baran, Ben & Sarah Baran & Milton Baran Small Business Loan Program
  • La Kretz Small Business Loan Program
  • The Rick, Debbie, Jeremy and Ashley Powell Family Women in Business Loan Program
  • Sylvia & David Weisz Entrepreneurial Loan Program

SMALL BUSINESS LOAN APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS

Loans are considered on a case-by-case basis and can be up to $30,000.00. Each applicant presents individual circumstances to be considered by the Loan Committee.

Please note: we do not offer Small Business loans to nonprofit organizations.

  • Applicants must be permanent residents of Los Angeles, Ventura counties;
  • Borrowers must demonstrate need and have the ability to repay the loan;
  • Two guarantors are required on each loan;
  • Borrower must submit required documentation by mail to the main Jewish Free Loan Association office prior to receiving an appointment. (see details below)

APPLYING FOR A SMALL BUSINESS LOAN

Print, complete and submit:

Business Plan Cover Sheet

Business Plan Guidelines up to 15K or Busines Plan Guidelines up to 30K

Dispute Resolution Agreement

Please send your documentation to:

 Jewish Free Loan Association

Small Business Loan Program

5429 Lindley Avenue

Tarzana, CA 91356

Allow 2 weeks for review. You will be contacted by Jewish Free Loan Association’s Loan Analyst to determine the next steps in the loan application process.

If you have any questions, please visit the FAQ section or email info@jfla.org.

If you’re interested in a Small Business loan, fill out a Pre-Loan Application.
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